colliquation


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col·li·qua·tion

(kol'i-kwā'shŭn),
1. Excessive discharge of fluid.
2. Liquefaction in the process of necrosis.
[L. col-, together, + liquo, pp. liquatus, to cause to melt]

col·li·qua·tion

(kol'i-kwā'zhŭn)
1. Excessive discharge of fluid.
2. Liquefaction in the process of necrosis.
[L. col-, together, + liquo, pp. liquatus, to cause to melt]

colliquation

(kŏl″ĭ-kwā′shŭn) [L. con, together, + liquare, to melt]
1. Abnormal discharge of a body fluid.
2. Softening of tissues to liquefaction.
3. Wasting.
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